Linux – Desktop This forum is for the discussion of all Linux Software used in a desktop context. Even though it’s listed as “runs perfectly”, that’s only because some uninformed user posted the Turboprint driver there. Pictures are washed out. No drivers for the LBP seem to support the parallel port interface. Couldn’t get it working at all for 64bit.
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Afterwards I found this sane-backend installation tutorial and the good news is this model is fully supported.
Detected correctly as CP Are there better alternatives to the standard driver or anything else I could try? All new users please read this. No ink level info. Printing quality is unacceptable and sometimes a real mess.
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Printing quality is OK for text. Find the answer to linyx Linux question: If you want a printer on ubuntu I suggest an HP printer as hplip http: Thanks Last edited by Pisapiag; at Results 1 to 6 of 6. Drivers exist in the DB but don’t work paper prepares for print, but then printer hangs.
Tags for this Thread driveripprintingubuntu November 9th, 4. Tell us what you have tried so far. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. HardwareSupportComponentsPrintersCanon last edited You need to install linkx dummy package libcupsys2 for new version support and download the drivers from Canon.
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Since then I’ve got an HP one which isn’t working yet, but I haven’t spent long trying to fix it. Properly detected as i, works after manually selecting printer model s in driver tab of printer properties window.
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It has some drivers that may or may not work with this printer. Works using the iP ip20000 following this how-to: Change localhost to Yes, having it connected to the computer definitely helps a lot!
Originally Posted by apemax. Even though it’s listed as “runs perfectly”, that’s only because some uninformed user posted the Turboprint driver there.
It should properly be listed as a lnux. Couldn’t get it working at all for 64bit. But you will be able to print via USB.
Join Date Jul Beans Hidden! This is true of the MP driver as well. Same low-resolution limitation exists. The current driver doesn’t support all features.